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The perfect educational rap song for Presidents' Day! 

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This song teaches a list of the US Presidents in chronological order, from Washington, Lincoln, FDR, John F Kennedy, Reagan, to Clinton, Bush, and even the current president, Obama. The song lists the 44 presidents in order with pics. The teaching materials included on our website, including lesson plans, worksheets, and activities, help teachers and homeschool parents generate teaching ideas for the song topics. By learning this song, students will have a greater grasp of the sequence of presidents in office.

This social studies song is suitable to help teach all 44 presidents and the order of their presidencies to elementary school students (4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade), middle school, high school, and home school classes.

Created by: Rhythm, Rhyme, Results
Lyrics:  Ben Jackson
MC:  "Kazuo"
Producer:  The Arcitype


Verse I
Memorizing presidents is gonna take some effort
We'll start with George Washington, Adams, and Thomas Jefferson
Then James Madison and James Monroe
Then John Quincy Adams like his father before

Next up we've got some interesting folks
Named Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, Tyler, and Polk
The next four presidents that we'll examine
Are Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, and Buchanan

44 Presidents, White House residents
From the Revolution to the age of the Internet

Verse II
Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves
Then we got Johnson, Grant, and Rutherford Hayes
James Garfield, Chester Arthur
Cleveland and Harrison; let's keep going farther

Next up, we got Cleveland again
Then McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft, and Wilson
The next four, yeah you know who they are, it's
Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, and FDR


Verse III
No presidents are from Wisconsin
Not Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, or Johnson
We're getting near the end, but its not getting harder
Its Nixon, Ford, then Jimmy Carter

Last few, we're almost done
Weve just got Regan, Bush, Clinton, and Bush the Son
Obama's in the White House now
So hail to the chief and stand up proud! 


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